James Croal Jackson’s ‘The Last Time You Called’

Raised Brow Press is pleased to present James Croal Jackson’s ‘The Last Time You Called‘ as the next contribution to Issue 1. Jackson’s other works include ‘Swing Vote‘ and ‘Float‘.

The Last Time You Called

by Jackson Croal Jackson

I curled into the receiver,
listened to your space-static

breaking up, breaking up–
I imagined your blue

eyes in the light
leading me down

into abyss–
but I refused to look.

About

James Croal Jackson (he/him/his) is a Filipino-American poet. He has a chapbook, The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017), and recent poems in DASHSampsonia Way, and Jam & Sand. He edits The Mantle. He works in film production in Pittsburgh, PA.

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